Short biography

My name is Cristiano Sequeira. I am 29 years old, come from Portugal, and am a Seventh-day Adventist Christian.

I’m married to Katrina. You can see some of wedding pictures here.

Personality profiles

Projects

Education

Wildwood Center for Health Evangelism
GA, United States of America
healthevangelism.com

I received training in the following areas in 2015:

Health: Bible nutrition, disease and treatment, gardening, herbs, hydrotherapy, lifestyle physiology, Swedish massage, mental health, mission medicine.

Bible: Adventist beliefs, Daniel, last-day events, sanctuary.

Mission: Christian administration, Christian home, Christian living, God’s healing program, prophetic guidance, self-supporting work, true education.

Health-evangelism: Health talks, health expo, vegetarian cooking, L.I.G.H.T. Training.

My training included weekly outreach programs to nearby communities and support of one of the area’s surrounding churches.

I received a certificate in Health Evangelism, Swedish Massage, and Hydrotherapy.

Missionary experience

LIGHT Latvia
Lay Institute for Global Health Training
Redzekne, Latvia
July 2016 – August 2016
lightingtheworld.org

Our first mission trip took my wife (then girlfriend) Katrina and I between July and August 2016 to the beautiful Baltic country of Latvia, where close to the city of Redzekne, we led a one-month LIGHT training course. Almost 20 young people received training. During that, I helped to prepare three meals each day for the almost 30 participants. I also gave some massage training.

English tutoring
Our Home
Vinnitsa, Ukraine
September 2016 – November 2016
ourhome.vin.ua

Our second mission trip took us in late August 2016 to Novi Obihody, Ukraine, where we volunteered at an institution called Our Home, comprising a lifestyle center (sanitarium), a medical-missionary training center, a church and several small industries. I tutored English to thirteen of the trainees of the missionary training center every week from Sunday to Thursday.

Bakery manager
Newstart Bakery
Akagi, Japan
September 2017 – September 2018
akagaku.net

Katrina and I then received a call to work as missionaries in the land of the rising sun. There we joined the staff of the Mount Akagi Institute, just three hours away from the center of Tokyo. The Institute operated the Newstart Bakery, which sold baked goods (bread, cookies, and others) to stores all over the Kanto Plain and the Tokyo metropolitan area. Almost every morning, long before the sun rose, I kneaded bread, molded cookies, and packaged them for delivery. In February 2018 I became the bakery’s new manager.